This one is code, not ship
Rewrote the ship main computer.
Any number of airlocks, zones, hangers.
Orbital is more automatic setup.
This allows for scripts to send commands and do gravity, landing, orbits, ect.
Suggested Argument or customdata parse is
Power is in MW.
hangar bay must have:
light [Hangar1] (used to start depressurize)
light [Hangar1] (used to start pressurize
One way of doing it. Class is much more usable than this guide for an older version of this program.
Ship is divided...
Airlocks must have:
1 light with "Control" in name
One way of doing it. Class is much more usable than this...
Steam was made to update half-life with patches. That was it was designed for in the first place.. selling games just slowly happened.
I did not do that.
Drop in lite solar array tracking
"dumb" tracker that tracks a local max power.
Drop in script that just needs a timer to run it once a second.
Auto discovers most Solar Array...
you can do this now just split the conveyor, then 2 lines with a sorter on each line then recombine then connect to the connector.
The append only happen if there is a radio message still waiting.
so your messages look like...
This is to be upgraded in next few days to a version supported a wider radio protocol.
--- Automerge ---
The only hard part of the protocol is that the MSG is the first 3 characters and that the 4 character is a separator. Everything else is a...
Suggested lowest level Protocol for Radio Transmissions.
NOTICE: Do not retransmitted messages. SE code already does that at the radio level....
Big warning sign outside the engine room..
I only use GravDrive in orbits due to the best kw/kg ratio. and to counter that you cannot really orbit and can only fake it with power.
You have the radio system set to append.
So if yo have 2 messages waiting to go out the radio system appends the second message on the the first...
p.s. The radio message can have more than one message attached to a radio transmission. split by \n so if you feed it right to the data...
Separate names with a comma.